Visitors are invited to have a seat and enjoy the commanding view from
an enclosed porch just off of the 7th floor Billiard Room at Winterthur Museum. The seating area occupies
a section of what was formerly H. F. du Pont's private porch, accessed by passing through his study known
as the Lancaster Room. Today, the view includes the East Terrace, the Louise du Pont Crowninshield
Library and Research Building, the Garden, and sweeping farmland that was once the home of du Pont's
dairy herd. Hickory Chair artisans were inspired by the architectural sunburst detail on the porch in the
design of the cabinet. The Brandywine Credenza is available as a 2-door or generously scaled 4-door
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